hole end mainspring replacement
hole end mainspring replacement
Clock mainspring out of the barrel
Clock barrel with no main spring in it
Clock mainspring barrel with sleeve that fits
Clock mainspring wind and unwinder
Hole end clock mainspring in the winder
Winding the clock mainspring
Hole end clock mainspring
Putting the sleeve on the clock mainspring
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clock hole end mainspring work
Clockmaker says job well done

Hole-End Mainspring Replacement Service

$95.00

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Hole-End Mainspring Replacement Service

Send us your clock barrel for a professional swap out of a new mainspring. Save yourself from the tedious, time consuming, and dangerous task of replacing your broken or worn out spring. Let the professionals make your repair easy. So you will have your clock up and running in no time.

Of course, if you are up for the challenge of doing your own work, we are happy to help. We are always available to help with any clock project you may have! However, it is always more convenient to have the job done by professionals.

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Mainspring Replacement

Need a new mainspring for your clock? We can help! Send us your clock barrel and we'll replace the old mainspring with a brand new one. Here's how it works:
  1. Ship your clock barrel to us.
  2. We'll swap out the old mainspring with a new one.
  3. You pay for return shipping during checkout.
  4. The price for this service includes the cost of the mainspring, so you'll have everything you need to get your clock running smoothly again.

The Process

With the Hole-End Mainspring Replacement Service, the broken or worn mainspring is taken out of the barrel in a safe way. Next, the measurement of the thickness and width of the spring is taken. To get the correct length, the old spring needs to be unwound to its full extent so it can be measured. So the final step is matching that measurement to the chart. This ensures the correct spring will be put into the barrel. So, the next step is the actual installation of the spring. The use of a mainspring winder enables a secure and tight fit into the barrel. After that your new spring will be on its way back to you. We highly recommend using our Hole-End Mainspring Replacement Service because mainsprings can be very dangerous. We have the appropriate tools, and the knowledge, to get it done correctly. The power in these springs has the capability to cut fingers. So utilizing this service makes for a quick and painless repair. Thus making your clock able to be back up in running in no time. Of course, if you ever have any questions about this process please feel free to ask.

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Weight0.25 lbs

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Sal Lalama
Sal Lalama
4 months ago

I have three mainspring barrels (2 #40 and 1 #41) that come from a Franz Hermle movement (#A401-006). I do not know which ones are not working. If I send in all three, will you check to see which ones need to be repaired and then only repair the non-functioning ones? And how should I fill out the order form?
Thank you.

Kirt Parker
Kirt Parker
4 months ago

I have a Henri Eugene Farcot, Time Only Brass Wall Clock, 8 Day Key Wind, that the single barrel spring has broken. I have removed the movement from this clock and ready to ship it to you to have the mainspring replaced in the movement. Just confirming the cost for this, before I purchase this service on your website.

Larry Westerman
Larry Westerman
5 months ago

I have a Jauch PL 46 movement, and the time spring barrel cap is worn so that the shaft cants in the hole. The barrel gear is 46.5 mm D, barrel body is 41.5 mm D, barrel cap is 40 mm D, total barrel thickness is 13 mm, total thickness with ratchet is 22 mm. Is this something you can replace or repair?

Michael
5 months ago

do you rebuild the rivits which hold the spring when needed?

Britt Nederhood
Britt Nederhood
7 months ago

I have a Hermle 141-041 with a bad mainspring. Can I buy a replacement mainspring?

James Taylor
James Taylor
8 months ago

I have a clock with a broken main spring. On the back this is what I find: 70, Mason and Sullivan Co., no(0)jewels, Made in West Germany, Unadjusted, 351.050, 85cm,70.77 . Can this be repaired and how much would it cost. Thank you.

Dave Finney
Dave Finney
11 months ago

I have a Howard Miller wall clock Model No. 612-578. it has 3 spings in it. The one that makes the clock run is broken. It is in a barrel. Is this something you could fix?

davef47
davef47
10 months ago

The nuber on the back of the movement are , 1051-030A 38cm over 111.15

Ben Waide
Ben Waide
1 year ago

The mainspring in an old German pendulum wall clock has broken (I guess). It winds freely. How do I get to it, to send it to you for replacement/repair? The movement has the numbers 34/116 and 5181. Any suggestions? Thanks

Mike
Mike
1 year ago

I have a barrel with the mainspring removed. Can I still take advantage of this service if I send in the barrel and broken mainspring for a reinstall?

Kelly
Kelly
2 years ago

I have a Seth Thomas pre 1950, that I think the mainspring is broken. This is my first attempt at clock repair so I admit ignorance. The spring is housed in a totally enclosed “barrel”. Is that something you guys can repair/replace?

Jacobus Manse
Jacobus Manse
2 years ago

I have an old carriage clock that needs a new main spring when I took out the old spring
the barrel hook? Came out .can you replace that when replacing the main spring ?